FR vs. IFR for Stage Curtain Fabric

What Is The Difference Between Flame Retardant And Inherently Flame Retardant Theatre Fabric?

Fabrics are an important element in theatre and arts. However, determining the proper type of fabric can sometimes be challenging, especially when it comes to differentiating between Flame Retardant and Inherently Flame Retardant.  While they only differ by a few letters, there is a definite difference between the two.

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Managing Areas with Ceiling Curtain Track

WHAT ARE THE USES FOR CEILING CURTAIN TRACK AND HARDWARE SYSTEMS?

First let’s think about where we can use Chicago Canvas and Supply’s Ceiling Curtain Track and Hardware System.  With this system, you can manage any environment by creating specific areas by means of curtains that simply roll back and forth on the track.

Here are some uses that customers have shared with us.
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Chicago TV Shows Pop in for Cut Yardage Orders

Columnist Michael Sneed recently made mention of 3 TV Series currently being filmed right here in Chicago: “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago P.D.,”  and “Empire.”  Each of the sets for these TV shows uses fabric from Chicago Canvas & Supply. We have provided these shows with 9′ – 20′ Natural Color Muslin (flame retardant and non-flame retardant), Flame Retardant Bleached White Muslin, White Sharkstooth Scrim, and Flame Retardant Grey Muslin.
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